BIC code: FNB
See also: Anthologies & Short Stories
- Hardback - Full Circle
In four short stories, fusions of fiction, biography, autobiography and poetry, Ali Smith pays tribute to the sources, the people and the places which produce and nurture life and art.
- Add to BasketSherlock Holmes: The Short Stories
- Paperback - Prion
This collection of Sherlock Holmes adventures comprises the first two volumes of short stories as they were originally gathered together in book form, with 12 adventures in each volume.
- Add to BasketSomething Like Happy
- Hardback - Jonathan Cape
In these remarkable stories, John Burnside takes us into the lives of men and women trapped in marriage, ensnared by drink and diminished by disappointment; all kinds of women, all kinds of men - lonely, unfaithful, dying - driving empty roads at night. These are people for whom the idea of 'home' has become increasingly intangible, and happiness, grace and freedom all now seem to belong in some kind of dream or a fable they might have read in a children's picture book.
- Add to BasketSomewhere
- Paperback - Cargo
This is a collection of short stories by some of the best known writers in the world in which 'here' is explored through experiences of 'elsewhere'.
- Add to BasketThe Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde And Other Tales Of Terror
- Book with sound disc - BBC Audiobooks
This is the story of respectable Dr Jekyll's association with 'damnable young man' Edward Hyde, the hunt through fog-bound London for a killer, and the revelation of Hyde's true identity.
- Add to BasketSpeakin O Dundee: Tales Lang Tellt Aroun The Toun
- Paperback - Luath
This beautifully written collection of stories is entirely written in Scots as spoken in Dundee. Short and easy to read, their style is loyal to the traditional way of storytelling.
- Add to BasketSushirexia: 32 Stories About Hunger
- Paperback - Freight
32 writers have taken hunger as a theme to offer up 32 remarkable short stories. Diverse in style and content, they range from tales of heart-breaking poignancy to laugh-out-loud farce.
- Add to BasketThe Sun's Net
- Paperback - Polygon
A bewitching and atmospheric collection of short stories celebrating life and love: the world ripens as a baby stirs in its mother's womb; a soldier captured at Bannockburn sees the daughter of his jailor bathing and falls in love; two ghosts become reconciled with death; an 18th century tale of piracy and treachery.
- Add to BasketSum: Tales From The Afterlives
- Paperback - Canongate
In the afterlife you may find that God is the size of a microbe & unaware of your existence. Or you may find the afterlife contains only those people whom you remember. In these tales, David Eagleman kicks over the chessboard of traditional notions and offers us a dazzling lens through which to see ourselves here & now.
- Add to BasketThe Searching Glance
- Paperback - Salt
Linda Cracknell's stories are multi-layered and brooding with longing and loss, allowing the reader a 'searching glance' at characters' lives. With touches of the surreal and hard strokes of reality, these stories will linger in the mind.